Raharney are bidding to become the first Westmeath club to make a Leinster senior final.
Raharney will have to take their chances when they come if they're to harbour expectations of progressing in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship.
That's what Midlands 103 commentator Gerry Buckley is saying ahead of their quarter final meeting with Dublin champions Na Fianna, this weekend.
It will be the Dublin club's first senior campaign in Leinster, after a losing back to back finals, they overcame Ballyboden St. Enda's in this year's decider.
Raharney claimed their 15th county title with a late comeback against Lough Lene Gaels last month.
Buckley joins David Hollywood to look forward to the provincial quarter-final:
Offaly champions Kilcormac-Killoughey will meet Naomh Éanna in Wexford Park at 1.30pm, while Camross will take on Kildare champions Naas in Laois Hire O'Moore Park at 3pm.
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